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I have added HD screen captures from the latest trailer for Tarsem Singh’s Immortals, which was released a couple of days ago. Freida looks exquisite as the Oracle priestess Phaedra in the movie, and what better way to view her in than high definition! I’m really excited for this movie, November sure can’t come soon enough. Also in the movie; Henry Cavill, Luke Evans, Isabel Lucas, Kellan Lutz, Stephen Dorff and more.
I have also added the trailer to our ever-growing video archive. Click here to watch it!
A third trailer for Immortals has been released by MSN Movies! It features tons of action scenes (that, by the way, look awesome) as well as a few new quick glimpses of Freida Pinto’s character Phaedra. I’m really excited for this movie, 11.11.11 can’t come soon enough! Watch the new trailer for Immortals below.
Entertainment Weekly (EW) has released their annual portraits from the Comic-Con, and Immortals is featured among the photos. Freida Pinto was photographed with the cast, including Henry Cavill, Kellan Lutz, Stephen Dorff and Luke Evans. I have added two photos from the session to the gallery. Freida truly looked stunning at the event, didn’t she?
Also, below is a video (and the screen captures) of the cast and director Tarsem Singh being interviewed by EW before they all appeared at the panel discussion. Enjoy!
After the panel, Freida then got changed and took some time out to talk to the press about Immortals. Freida looked bright and beautiful in a little, yellow dress. An interview with Freida from the event has surfaced, coming from FanDango, which you can view below. Be sure to stay at FreidaPintoFan for more updates regarding Freida at Comic-Con 2011.
I have added just 6 photos from the event, however hopefully more photos will become available as the day progresses. Meanwhile, click the previews below to view the images in full size.
As previously reported, Freida participated in her first Comic-Con experience yesterday, as she and the cast of Immortals spoke at the Relativity Panel. Freida looked amazing and happy to be start the promotional journey again.
I have added just 9 photos from the conference to the gallery, but hopefully more photos and videos will surface soon. Click the previews below to view the images in all their glory!
As mentioned numerous times before, Immortals is set to have a panel at the 2011 Comic-Con later today (1pm-2pm). But a brand new poster set to be shown at the event has already debuted online. The new – very unique and stunning – poster can be seen below. Check back later for coverage from the event, which Freida Pinto is set to attend!
The 2011 Comic-Con schedule for Saturday, July 23 has been revealed! So happy to see Freida is officially confirmed to attend the Immortals panel! Freida Pinto Fan will, of course, provide you with full coverage from the event as it happens. See the official schedule below!
IMMORTALS – Release date: 11/11/11
Visionary director Tarsem Singh (The Cell, The Fall) and producers Gianni Nunnari (300), Mark Canton (300) and Ryan Kavanaugh (The Fighter) unleash an epic tale of treachery, vengeance and destiny in Immortals, a stylish and spectacular 3D adventure.
DATE: Saturday, July 23
1:00pm – 2:00pm: Comic-Con Panel in Hall H
2:30pm – 3:30pm: Official autograph signing at the Convention Center
GUESTS: Henry Cavill, Luke Evans, Kellan Lutz, Stephen Dorff, Freida Pinto, Mickey Rourke, and producers Mark Canton and Gianni Nunnari
Comingsoon.net‘s Perri Nemiroff visited the set of Immortals last fall, and he just released his report! It contains tons and tons of interesting stuff about the movie’s visuals to the costumes and sets to cast interviews. Nemiroff talked to Freida Pinto about her role as Phaedra and how working on such a big budget-film is like. Read her answers below:
Q: So your power is seeing into the future. Is there anything else your character does?
Pinto: Well, why she does have the ability to look into the future, she really does not know exactly whether what she’s seeing – there is no real true interpretation for that, it can have many. So it’s entirely up to her to decide or decipher what that actually means, the vision that she’s seen. She does have the quality of being human because many a times we are confused and we really do not know what that dream really meant or you suddenly get ideas, so I feel in that sense, having that power, but really not having the entire all of it to me was really natural. That is her only power though, that she can see the future.
Q: Having worked with Woody Allen on “You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger” and Danny Boyle on “Slumdog,” what surprised you most about doing a really big budget picture?
Pinto: Yeah, this is my first big budget film. I’ve done three independent films before this and I feel it’s a whole new ballgame. You have to be more on the ball as to what’s happening, you have to be more flexible with timings and everything because a lot depends on studios. It’s not just about you or three other actors in a scene. There’s extras, there’s a lot of other inputs coming in. I remember the day we had the big sludge set, we had it literally for three days or two days and we had to put everything down into those three days so we had to kind of work overtime or whatever it was, but really be ready to go on set anytime. You’re sitting in your trailer because they tell you you have a half an hour break, but that can get down to a 10 minute break and you have to be ready and jump right back in. And that’s the fun part about being in a film like this and the only negative part that I can see is that you can’t really make plans.
Q: What’s the biggest challenge shooting this movie so far?
Pinto:My red corset! That was my biggest challenge because Tarsem and Eiko [Ishioka] who’s a fabulous costume designer. She is just out of this world, brilliant, and she had this beautiful costume designed for me. But, unfortunately, the costume for me, as beautiful as it was, if it was really tied it was like a corset, it makes it difficult to breathe. Though many a times Tarsem wanted me to have a vision and I would have my vision with my mouth open because I was just trying to get in as much air and Tarsem would be like, ‘Close your mouth! We don’t want to see your teeth!’ And I was like, ‘Oh my god! I’m not doing that on purpose, it’s just my corset.’ But that was not the biggest challenge, but it was a small little challenge and I kind of overcame it so it was no big problem.